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JavaScript Tutorials — Using Third Party Libraries

JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — about 1 month ago
This tutorial will show you how to enhance your website’s Google Map creatively with Google Map Javascript API v3 library & jQuery. The tutorial will cover how to animate the map’s marker pin & pan the map to the selected location when you mouse over a list of location outside the map.
A good tutorial on how to build a Range Slider with AngularJS. Not other dependencies. Is responsive and works on touch browsers!
This is a step-by-step tutorial that shows how you can use dhtmlxGantt, JavaScript Gantt charts, with Node.js.
Webix template is good for simple customizations. If you want to have more complex templating logic you can use Handlebars templates with Webix UI. The results will impress you.
An example of creating a site aimed for announcing future conferences on front-end development with the help of Webix and a Java-framework Struts 2. As a result you'll get a good-looking website that will represent a list of forthcoming events concerning front-end development. These events will be fully editable.
Read a comprehensive tutorial that describes how to build an HTML5-based mobile web app by means of Webix library and PhoneGap framework. As a result you’ll get an awesome native app for Android devices with rich UI and high performance.
In this article I would like to show you a 3D rotator you can make with jQuery. It will listen for mouse events to rotate a teapot much like a 3D turntable render video
Learn how to create a simple scrolling sidebar with jQuery that follows your screen when you scroll down after a certain amount of height in pixels.
When you know you have a lot of images to load, or that they are big in size, it can be handy to make a preloader! So let’s make an animated image gallery percentage preloader with CSS and jQuery.
If you building a web system that allows users to enter their own password, then it is always a good idea to give them an instant feedback regarding the strength of their password, so the user can modify the password to make it more secure. Today, we are going to use jQuery plus some simple algorithm to create a beautiful combo password strength indicator + password tips checker. Sound nice? Let’s get started right away!
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